The Glow in Gray—-Sunday, June 17, 2018

Terry and I were out changing the water in the little cornfield when I looked up and saw

A beautiful sight….a SUNDOG!  Cooler weather would be on its way.

Then last evening, we started having scattered sprinkles.  Gradually as the night wore on and early morning came, a thin, much cooler spike of air rippled in through the open windows….and it began to rain.

Not a lot of rain, but still air freshening, washing the plants off until they glow type of rain.

Hopefully, rain in the mountains is stopping those malevolent, absolute evil, fires raging there.

From my world to your heart,

Linda

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18 thoughts on “The Glow in Gray—-Sunday, June 17, 2018

  1. Kniphofia! I would have thought that it gets too cold there in winter. Someone else just posted pictures of it too. Ours looks rather weedy because no one takes away the old foliage. It does not get cold enough for it to be completely flattened out when new growth emerges in spring. If not removed, it just dies back and stays underneath for the rest of the year.

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